“Is Science an Art? Or is Art a Science?“
by Adriana Ameigh
© 2021 Adriana Ameigh
Describe your painting:
A feline scientist looks through a prism and onto a colorful world full of hope and possibilities.
What inspired you?
With this painting my aim is to explore the connection between science and art – where do they intersect? The prism splits light into spectral colors (the colors of the rainbow) and “paints” the world outside the window.
What is your background as an artist?
Adriana Ameigh is a Puerto Rican abstract artist based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her botanical and abstract paintings invite the viewer to explore the stories embedded underneath layers of vibrant colors and textured surfaces. She works primarily in acrylics, and oils with cold wax. Her current series focuses on exploring her Puerto Rican heritage and what it means to be part of a diaspora.
Do you have a connection to Garner or did you learn anything new about Garner as a result of your painting?
I live in near Garner and enjoy visiting the downtown area, the trails, and the parks.
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